Etosha National Park was proclaimed a national park in 1907 and spans 22,270 square km’s. It gets its name from the large Etosha Pan which is almost entirely within the park. The park is home to hundreds species of mammals, birds and reptiles, including several endangered species such as the black rhino. We spent 3 days at 3 different camping sites throughout the park. We have never seen so many herds of zebra mixed in with wildebeest, elephant, oryx, springbok, ostrich and many others. It was very dry yet full of life.